Ziggy Alberts – Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2
Queensland-born singer songwriter Ziggy Alberts is bringing his honest and personal song writing to the UC Refectory at 8pm, to celebrate his new record searching for freedom. The fifth full-length record from the independent artist, searching for freedom explores some of humanity’s most heartfelt and complex emotions. Join Alberts as he creates moments and memories with the beauty of live music. Get your tickets here.
Apricot Ink – Thursday 4
Canberra-born and bred dreamy indie pop trio Apricot Ink are back in town to play their first ever hometown show. Kicking off at 7pm at Gang Gang Café, head over to see the band’s groovy tunes that are perfect for Saturday night boogie. Get your tickets here.
Sal & The Mandas – Friday 5
This Friday, Sydney pop punk band Sal & The Mandas take to the stage to headline a show from 6:30pm at The Font Gallery. After touring for the last three years, the band is excited to play a Canberra show supported by local artists Sophie Edwards, Box Dye, and Flower Market. Get your tickets here.
Grenade Jumper – Tuesday 9
Supported by Father Deer Hands, Alienist, and Everleigh, pop punk band Grenade Jumper are excited to play an energetic show at The Basement in Belconnen. The band formed in 2018 and has been described as creating tracks with ‘cathartic, punk rooted energy’ and a ‘blistering, dark edged alt-rock sound’. If you love bands like Wolf Alice, Trophy Eyes, and State Champs, now’s the time to see Grenade Jumper live. Get your tickets here.
Lucy Sugerman – Saturday 11
Supported by Parklands and Zuko, Canberra pop singer songwriter and The Voice Alumni Lucy Sugerman takes on UC Hub to launch her fresh EP hurt that’s man made. The EP features introspective and personal tracks that you can both dance and cry to. Get your tickets here.
Kim Yang – Friday 17
Taiwanese-Australian indie folk singer-songwriter Kim Yang started her music career in 2019 and has since played at local festivals and supported some great acts. This September, Yang released her sophomore EP Brave, which speaks of being brave enough to share your personal stories. Debuting at The Street Theatre on December 17th at 7:30pm, the show will see Yang supported by her five-piece band and opening act Evan Buckley from The Burley Griffin. Get your tickets here.
Kirklandd – Saturday 18
Following a recent cosign from T-Pain, Canberra alt-pop/punk rapper Kirklandd (Daniel Kirkland) has announced the release of his new duology, SUCCESS $TAINS. The project includes man of my word featuring Lil Spacely, an anthemic single that will have you jumping ‘til your feet hurt. The show kicks off at 8pm at UC Hub with support act Archie and Kirklandd will perform alongside Lil Spacely and his live band, bringing a completely new live set for this exclusive show. Get your tickets here.